NEWS RELEASE – December 29, 2016 I have prepared this report out of concern for grizzly bears in B.C. With a public opinion poll showing that over 90% of British Columbians oppose the hunting of grizzly bears, the government of British Columbia has hard decisions to make about grizzly [...]
Black Gold Trumps Green Thumbs: Explaining the Environmental Reporting of the Northern Gateway Project0
Education is very important to me, not just for our children, but for our elders, young adults, workers, and those seeking to develop new knowledge, skills, and capabilities – the concept of public education is founded within our First Nations oral history, and it could be argued, pre-dates [...]
If you owned a hardware store, and it was the only business in town, but you refused to open your doors or let people work there – even though there was plenty of demand for your products and many people ready to work – you’d expect some local people to be pretty upset, wouldn’t you? […]
I heard a large bang first, then I saw the colours drip through the green emerald sea above me. “What is that” I thought to myself. I went up to investigate. So strange, a rainbow in the emerald green salty sea that was my home. I went to play with it. Ouch! The rainbow stung […]
“The War to end all wars” – we said, and we lied Not knowing how many children would be sacrificed to die ”The War to end all wars” – we did plead! Oh, how our nations would suffer and bleed “The Great War” it was named; oh, the blood that was spilt The tides of […]
This is my final blog for the Welfare Food Challenge. Thank you everyone so much for your comments.